by Gordana Igric For two months, Serbia’s special police force surrounded Drenica, a largely Albanian region with a long history of political dissent. Houses were raided in the search for weapons and their inhabitants routinely humiliated and tortured. Members of the Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK) naturally enjoyed full support of the local Albanians. Zumer from […]

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